FC Goa head coach Juan Ferrando steps down


ISL 2021: FC Goa on Monday confirmed that Juan Ferrando has stepped down as the Head Coach of the club. InsideSport had earlier reported that Ferrando has decided to join ATK Mohun Bagan.

Speaking on Ferrando’s departure, Director of Football, Ravi Puskur said, “We’re very disappointed to lose Juan. His decision to leave the club was rather unexpected and came as a surprise, particularly at this juncture of the season, where we are in the middle of the season.

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ISL 2021: FC Goa Head coach Juan Ferrando steps down, set to join ATK Mohun Bagan as head coach

“We’re particularly disappointed that we were kept in the dark until yesterday morning where he communicated his desire to leave the club. However, once he stated his stance and the release clause was activated, we were left with little alternative. I wish Juan the best for his future.”

Ferrando, in his only full season with FC Goa in 2020/21 guided the Gaurs to the semifinals of the Indian Super League. He was also in charge of the Club during their maiden and historic continental voyage in the AFC Champions League, where they finished third in Group E.

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ISL 2021: FC Goa Head coach Juan Ferrando steps down, set to join ATK Mohun Bagan as head coach

Assistant Coach Clifford Miranda will take interim charge of the First Team.

The Club will make further announcements in due course.

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